KALA CHNG 張 (“Kay-la Chung”) (FKA AKA Makala Cheung) Singer / Songwriter / Producer from Knowle West, Bristol, UK. Electronic Urban Pop with a Chinese twist ( World Fusion / Experimental Pop ). KALA CHNG: “Think Bristol bass, dark synths and grimey beats meets catchy pop and a touch of Kung Fu film soundtrack!”
BBC Radio 1Xtra + BBC Introducing In The West featured.”One of our favourite maidens of the music scene.” Sam Bonham, BBC Introducing in the West
“A musical example of why Bristol is such a unique and creative place to live,” Jelli Records, Bristol Balloon Fiesta
“One to watch from the local scene,” Bristol Post
“Amazing voice…diverse songwriting talents. Confirming that at least one modern-day musician is dedicated to creating genuine art” Robbie Tee, Jamsphere
“One of the most talented up and coming artists in Britain.” Steve Yabsley, BBC Radio Bristol
“Oriental and western music skilfully blended together. A powerful voice. Provocative, stunning.” yinyuetai.com
FIRE No.1 in the South West Ujima FM Chart Show and track of the year 2017.
“Great vocal thats distinctive… Her style is unique …she has found her niche…Her stage shows are mind blowing and inventive yet keeping with her cultural roots. Bristolian spoken to the core ha but a lovely down to earth hard working artist with great music” Mikee Freedom (Devotion)
“[kala Chng’s] got something really different to what other people are making,” Harriet Robinson, BCFM
“A breath of fresh air…with a set that was entertaining, very professional and which captivated a large audience, to many of whom this would have been an unusual and very different experience.” Ric Davison, Festival Organiser
For bookings contact Jumping Joint (solo and full electronic band performances available).
Bristol Woman cover girl / Bristol Happiness Champion / Culture Ambassador and Empress of Cheung Island / Mini Moon Festival founder / Exhibited in The Island art gallery / Featured on Bristol’s Big Screen / Part of the Sanctum Bristol artwork / Created and performed at City Running (live public art) / Bristol Live Magazine’s album of the month / Headliner and main stage performer ( live electronic band / solo) including: International Women’s Day, Upfest, Shambala, Dot to Dot, Redfest, Brisfest, St Paul’s Carnival, Bristol Harbourside Festival, Keynsham Festival and Harbourside Festival.